Yes you can. When you actually take the trouble to devote yourself to understanding science and how biological animals live, breed, feed, and die you start to realize that for a giant sea creature to be a reality it would have to be breaking most of the rules that other animals follow. Possible, but highly, highly unlikely. Nature tends to follow what is likely for a situation. Giant sea creatures have to eat - they would be making a measurable impact on the food chain. They also die eventually and would leave remains somewhere at some point. In addition for them to exist there would have to be more than just a few, otherwise they can't breed. Eventually one of them would leave some evidence of its existence. This has not happened. Just because we haven't seen every inch of ocean doesn't mean that we don't have a good solid idea of how it all works together. A giant sea beast just doesn't fit.
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